On January 28, 2016, President Obama signed the Grants Oversight and New Efficiency Act, or GONE Act. The goal of the GONE act is to review grant closeout procedures and identify why so many grants are not closed out by the end of the 90 day... READ MORE
We spent a few moments getting to know our colleague, Erin Bryant, from the Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience, and we're excited to share this information about a great colleague.
Grants... READ MORE
We had a few moments with an employee that started working with the Office of Sponsored Programs and Georgia Tech in 2017. We enjoy working with Jamil Trotter, and we know you will too! Here is what we learned when we spent a few moments with her... READ MORE
My collaborator will be working with human or animal subjects. What do we need to do?
You must submit an application to Georgia Tech’s Institutional Review Board (IRB) or Institutional Animal Care... READ MORE
When we think of compliance and sponsored research, our minds usually go to human subjects protocols, unallowable costs, or export controls. Compliance with sponsor requirements for deliverables is equally important, though often overlooked.... READ MORE
Our eCommerce and Data team has put together a presentation introducing you to our team with an overview of responsibilities and workflow. This OSP team supports our databases and reporting, application support, CIS and Oracle training, and much... READ MORE
The Office of Sponsored Programs periodically features members of our campus community. In this edition, we spend a few minutes getting to know Leslie Schlag, a grants administrator in the School of Chemical & Biomolecular... READ MORE
December 31: DFARS/NIST 800-171 and New Mandatory Standards for Federal Research
The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) Special Publication 800-171 aims to consolidate the Federal government’s procedures for handling... READ MORE
Updates coming! Be on the lookout for changes in Federal IRB regulations.
The departments and agencies listed below will announce revisions to modernize, strengthen, and make more effective the Federal Policy for the Protection of... READ MORE
Under the new policy, as of October 1, 2017, NIH funded researchers will no longer have to request a Certificate of Confidentiality (CoC), nor will they receive an actual certificate. The CoC will be issued automatically to NIH-funded grants,... READ MORE